• Clone (Cox Orange x Duchess of Oldenburg) x Malus floribunda clone
    Origin: Dresden-Pilnitz Institute for the Study of Fruit Crops, Germany (S. Fischer, M. Fischer, H. Muravsky);
    Tree: growth force weak, bevel-erect crown, suitable for growing in all areas up to 400 m above sea level, can be grown on all rootstocks depending on soil conditions and purpose of production (processing, fresh market or trees for landscaping);
    Pruning: very significant, regular renewal of fruiting shoots helps to improve product quality, no need to thin the ovary;
  • Flowering: flowering period from medium to late, regular flowering, annual;
  • Pollination: is a good diploid for all Resorts. Prima, Remo, Reglindis, James Greave, Idared, Undine, Pilot, Golden Delicious can be pollinated;
    Ripening: ripens in Dresden-Pilnitz in early October;
    Fruits: from medium to large, elongated-rounded, homogeneous, skin green on the inside, red to dark red on the outside, to brownish-red in some years, fruits are 60-100% colored, overripe fruits have an oily plaque, fragrant, sweet and sour, juicy, reaches consumer quality in November / December – January;
    Quality: good for processing, can be used fresh in warmer climates, has a strong sweet and sour taste;
    Harvest: Very high and regular, like Golden Delicious;
    Shelf life: Store until April (CSS);
    Resistance: Resistant to scabies, powdery mildew, bacterial blight and bacterial cancer. It is possible to grow without the use of fungicides;
    Cold resistance: relatively resistant to winter frosts and damage to spring frosts;
    Notes: One of the most stable resorts in Dresden-Pilnitz. Suitable for organic production.
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